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i'm going to give it all to the intrepid fallen heroes fund. but i want my money. that's all for us tonight. anderson cooper starts right now. >>> piers, thanks. good evening. it's 10:00 on the east coast. breaking news and shocking video as the death toll climbs in egypt. also, with his little girl's life on the line, a father confronts chris christie for the signature he believes can save her life, allowing 2-year-old vivian wilson the medical marijuana she needs. >>> later, my conversation about trayvon martin, the n word and race in america. >>> we begin with the growing carnage in egypt and what if anything america can do to stop it. the second part of that, what to do is unclear. the cost in human lives is plain to see. moments ago, the muslim brotherhood spokesman announcing over twitter that friday will be a day of anger, calling for marches after noon prayers. also tonight, the death toll from yesterday's clashes revised upwards significantly. the state-run tv station in egypt saying at least 580 people were killed in fighting yesterday, and 4,000 wounded. 580 killed, 4,000
david peace treaty in 1978 that's been coupled to the united states, especially the u.s. military with egypt receiving about a billion and a half dollars a year in aid. president obama has not cut off the money nor referred to the military take over as a coup which would shut off the dollars automatically. we got a full panel, arwa damon is there in cairo for us live, egyptian journalist mona eltahawy and robin wright and special news week and daily beast correspondent brian and former bush white house spokesperson. >> hundreds dead, thousands injured. can you take us through what happened there today and what to expect what was just announced, friday of anger? >> well, when we compare the situation to what took place yesterday, significantly calmer but that does not mean this crisis is by any stretch of the imagination over. the streets of cairo were pretty empty throughout the entire day. of course, the curfew in place. second night in a row with curfew and state of emergency, of course, to last for a month. you talked about the attacks on the churches there. we heard various re
states, especially the u.s. military, with egypt receiving about $1.5 billion a year in american aid. second only to what israel gets. president obama has neither cut off the money or referred to the military takeover as a coup. in a moment, we'll talk about what the u.s. options are now, if any. we have a full panel. arwa damon is in cairo live. mona el tahari on the phone. special "newsweek" correspondent peter binehart. he's the editor of daily beast. and former bush white house spokesman ari fleishman. arwa, can you take us through what happened today and what is to expect on the just announced, friday of anger. >> reporter: when we compare the situation to yesterday, it was significantly calmer. but that does not mean that this crisis is by any stretch of the imagination over. the streets of cairo were pretty empty throughout the entire day. of course, now there is that curfew in play, state of emergency also of course to be lasting for about a month. you were talking about the attacks on churches there. we've been hearing various reports that the number is much higher. at least
into the streets. >> authorities have told riot police they can use deadly force to protect themselves and key state institutions. >> our tra diditional cooperati cannot continue when civilians are being killed in the streets. >> "the washington post" found the national security agency breaks privacy rules and oversteps legal boundaries thousands of times a year. >> still a mystery, what cautioned the u.p.s. cargo plane to crash in birmingham? >> federal investigators say there's no evidence the plane was on fire or suffered engine problems. >> a strong earthquake in new zealand this morning. no injuries are being reported. >> a great-grandmother claims bob filner forced her to kiss him. >> i feel the right thing is for you to go. >> hannah anderson didn't say a word as she arrived at a fund-raiser for her family. >> a woman suspected of shoplifting mailed a break for it across a highway. police are still looking for her. >> a chinese zoo tried to pass off a dog as an african lion. >> he began barking. nothing like a lion, is it? >> jonathan boston. >> and all that matters. >> a 911 dispatcher
me live from cairo nbc amman mulhadeen. you see the marching that is going on this morning. bring us up-to-speed. >> reporter: we have a very volatile situation developing in parts of cairo as well as the rest of the run. the major protesters that were called for in cairo were supposed to converge on what is called ramsey square. a lot of fatalities. a make-field hospital set up there and 27 bodies counted by this independent eyewitness. at the same time, in another part of cairo not too far away from where we have been standing hearing gunfire coming from a bridge from our offices here. the sounds of military helicopters flying above overhead. we have been able to see the protesters some civilians and others wielding weapons and firing tear gas on the prij and led to horrific scenes of people jumping off the bridges to try to avoid the random gunfire from both sides. against that backdrop the violence isn't just in cairo but across the countries. another city reports people have been shot as they approached the governor's office. according to health officials right now, the death to
the navy, air force, army, marines than american diplomats. >> this weekend, the history of u.s. diplomatic efforts in the middle east and his call for a return to diplomacy. saturday morning at 10:00 eastern. ld you define the american dream? he traces the american dream. the great depression through the 21st century. change the story when the truth is more exciting? foundings of the fathers at noon eastern. >> a round table discussion from the representative for center for american progress and cato institute on a number of issues, including immigration, efforts to repeal the nation's health care law, and gun control. from today's "washington journal." host: we are going to talk now about an interesting issue thanksgiving developing around the country as it relates to state's sovereignty. these are the reactions by states to federal law and what the states are trying to do about it in some cases. our guests this morning at the table are ilya shapiro of the cato institute. he's a senior fellow for constitutional studies, good morning. >> good morning. >> we are also joined by i
across the south. some of the action may impact us by early late tonight. enjoy the evening and the start tomorrow. we'll start to talk how they change later. >>> a day of rage in egypt. we have the latest on the continuing chaos, confusion and violence as demonstrators clash with security forces. >> reporter: night fell in egypt and with the muslim brotherhood called the day of rage. the clouds have dispersed in a massive fire still burned in downtown cairo. earlier today thousands of demonstrators took to the street. a response to wednesday's horrific violence that killed hundreds. the egyptian military responded with a show of force. they are in the alexandria and squares ceiling off pedestrians and vehicles. security forces are using am e -- ammunition. the egypt is a key u.s. ally in the region and the u.s. is invested there. more than $1 billion in military aid is set aside for egypt. yesterday president obama said that the violence must stop. >> the egyptian people deserve better than what we have seen over the last several days. >> reporter: a white house advisor told abc news tha
mohyeldin joins us live from cairo. what's happening right now, ayman? >> reporter: well, a few different things that are unfolding. you are looking at those images on your screen of that building that was on fire. that was near ramsey square. it is an office building, we understand, belonging to a major construction company here in egypt. that has been set on fire. according to egyptian state television, as fire trucks were trying to get to the front lines to try to put out those fires, they came under attack. it's not clear yet who was behind the shooting, but they have been hindered in being able to address that. now, this comes as a curfew here in cairo has gone into effect. it's been about an hour now since the beginning of the third night of a military-imposed curfew. very few people out on the streets. the government saying tonight it was really going to enforce that curfew and arrest anyone who remains out. obviously, that is coming on the heels of a very violent day, one that saw a lot of confrontation between supporters of the ousted president mohamed morsi and the muslim brothe
in what they called add day of anger. they were met by police authorized to use deadly force. at least 64 people were killed today. that means about 800 have been killed since last month when the military overthrew egypt's first democratically elected president. there was violence in several egyptian cities today, including alexandria, where demonstrators throwing rocks were met with bullets. charlie d'agata was in the thick of in the cairo today. charlie? >> reporter: scott, the trouble began just after friday prayers. as soon as the mosques emptied out, the squares filled with demonstrators. now, the military tried to block off some of the main road, but protesters came from every direction, setting the stage for the bloody confrontation that followed. the muslim brotherhood vowed its supporters would take to the streets by the thousands today in retaliation for the government's brutal crackdown-- and they did. the police warned they would use deadly force to stop them. they kept their word, too. in cairo, demonstrators ignored a state of emergency and a heavy military presence in an at
to do it for "way too early." thanks for joining us. "morning joe" starts right now. >>> hey, good morning. it's friday, august 16th. as you look at new york. it's going to be a nice day. the last couple days, as nice of weather as we've had in august which means it's going to be -- look at that. thank you, chopper 4. it t.j., do we have our own chopper? wait a second. we don't even have our own lights in the studio. >> no, they're working. >> the lights are working today. wow. that is fantastic. oh, my gosh. i thought i was going to have to bring in a flashlight. very exciting, such special day former governor of pennsylvania and also thomas roberts playing john mccain walking in front of the day, assistant managing editor leigh gallagher and thomas roberts. >> my first day in television. i'm sorry. >> you're doing a good job. also -- >> welcome. >> thanks. >> i hope it works out well for you. >> all uphill from here. >> we'll see. in washington, we got former white house press secretary and msnbc contributor robert gibbs. you know, ed, we need to talk to robert before we get -- w
a lot of expenses in front of us and right now we're just looking for her future and get her settled. >> reporter: a family hoping to help hannah adjust after she was allegedly kidnapped by her father's best friend. >> you keep hearing the term "uncle jim." he was like an uncle jim to them. >> reporter: we're still learning new information about what police discovered as dimaggio's burned down home. this newly released search warrant obtained by cnn affiliate kfmb says police discovered a handwritten note and letters from hannah. the detective say proves dimaggio had control over the house, police recovered incendiary devices leading them to believe the house fire was caused by human actions. once she was inside that fund-raiser, people inside tell us that she was much more relaxed, more comfortable, more like a normal 16-year-old girl and hannah's cousin tells us the family is trag to do their best to keep her busy like planning beach and shopping trips but it's going to be a long road toward an emotional recovery for hannah anderson. chris in. >> for casey, for right now it's all a
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the scene. good morning, thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm john kelly. good morning, everybody. take everybody out there and look hat we are talking about here. you can see big-time backup going on all morning long here, rain, sleet or dark of night. not much you can do about this. the crash happened six hours ago in sinole. this one continues to be a headache, impact for commute for drive earth all across the east bail. nbc bay area's bob redell now live at that scene, he has all the latest. bob? >> reporter: good morning to you, jon and marla. do not use northbound 680 over sunol grade unless you absolutely have to. i entered on washington boulevard, drove to this location right here, which is between andrade and calavaras, only a couple of miles and it took me a good hour. you can see y traffic here to your right is limited to the far left lane and the shoulder and of course, at issue is this truck right here, which is still laying here in the road. the good news is you want to wait till this is reopened and chp is now saying that could be as soon as noon. initial
for us. this unsettling scene that we've been watching in cairo and also neighboring cities, it is being watched the world over. no more so than in egypt's tiny neighbor israel. cnn's jim clancy is there in jerusalem for us. the time there just after 9:00 p.m. the jewish sabbath has begun. jim, how nervous are the israelis about what's happening just next door? >> reporter: nervous. you know, you talk to individual israelis. they're watching this nonstop on cnn and other news channels. they're very concerned what is happening in their neighbor's house. but officially, we talked to a spokesman for the prime minister's office who told us fl flatly, we're not saying anything on egypt. they do not believe that would be productive. at the same time the israeli view has been expressed off the record by others who wish to remain anonymous, saying that they believe it's only the military that can maintain order. prevent the country from sliding into chaos. at the same time, they're concerned about militants in the sinai desert region. militants who in the last week have fired and tried to fire m
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